Elisa Panzera is an economist graduated from Bocconi University and currently dealing with topics related to economics and culture.
Since the very beginning of her studying experience she manifested a strong interest in both cultural and economic subjects choosing a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Management for Arts, Culture and Communication. The same passion and enthusiasm for such themes continued within the master’s degree program named Economics and Management: Public Administrations and International Institutions with a final dissertation regarding the European Capital of Culture program.
Once obtained her master’s degree she chose to undertake different working experiences. She collaborated with museums, cultural firms and different consultancy companies.
Before starting her PhD program, she collaborated in a research project at Politecnico di Milano related to the development of a macroeconomic regional growth model. After that, she also started to work as a teaching assistant for Urban and Regional Economics.
 
The regional socio-economic impact of cultural heritage
 
 
 
Master degree with honors in architecture at Polimi in july 2016 with a thesis entitled: “Close range photogrammetry: fisheye lenses for the survey of narrow spaces. Tests and experiments on the Milan’s cathedral”. Research fellow at the 3DSurveyGroup of ABC Department in 2017. Now PhD candidate in architecture, built environment and construction engineering enrolled in the XXXIII cycle, He own a scholarship entitled: “Image-based techniques for the 3D survey of complex environments in archaeology and cultural heritage. Development of low cost sensors for the automatic survey of indoor environments”. His field of expertise is advanced 3D survey techniques using imaging sensors and his research is focused on the development of both a device and a methodology to survey meandering narrow spaces in cultural heritage. He collaborated at the Milan’s cathedral Survey Project for the elevations’ orthophoto production and has been a member of the Leiden-Turin mission: Excavation in Saqqara 2018.
 
Fisheye image-based stereo multi-camera mobile mapping system to survey narrow and meandering spaces in cultural heritage.
 
 
 
Architect, I had my master’s degree in 2001. From 1998 I’ve been working in professional studios. From 2003 I have my own professional activity. I am Anab-IBN organic-building consultant and Milano’s court-appointed expert for buildings. Together with design and construction, I’ve been always involved in university research and teaching activities. Before my PhD program, I had research grants (Ateneo’s, MURST’s, PRIN’s, privates’) and I was adjunct professor for ICAR/12.
My professional and academic interests are related to sustainability, constructability and prefabrication. Since my degree I have been deepening the relations between academic and building worlds. I like contamination of sectors and the contact with production companies on one side and with students on the other.
Since 2015, with a group of teachers, professionals and companies, I have been working on Shipping Container Building, for designing a building system even suitable for Italian market, which is part of my PhD research project.
 
The project of resilient living. Adaptive and reactive technical and typological solutions for intelligent construction systems.
 
 
 
Since my Master Degree in 2013 she participated the survey research of “Involve-ment of Local People in Conservation Process of a Historic Site - A Case of Han Changan City” cooperation research of Norwegian University of Science and Technology / XAUTU. I participated various design and urban plan projects related to new intervention in historic area. In 2013, I am involved in “Conceptual Protect Planning of Shimao Site”;
In 2014, I participated “Interior design of Dadiwan site museum”; in 2015, I partici-pated “Archaeology Center for Gaojiaobu Ancient Town” and in 2016 “Conservation Master Plan for Sui-Tang Changan City”.
In 2016, I participated the activity “World Heritage Volunteers 2016-Together for Heritage” by UNESCO, published paper related to the conservation activity we did in Tong Village: “The Inheritance and Preservation of Traditional Building Skills in Tung Nationality Wooden Buildings.”
 
Memory of Antiquity and the Tradition of the Modern
 
 
 
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I'm a ABC - 33° cycle Politecnico di Milano PhD student in "Technical facility management for hospital building though IoT and digitalization", by carrying a PhD research in "IoT-FM: an integrated approach inside healthcare facility management". All my studies are addressing in I.4.0 results and predictive maintenance practices an interesting connection point to better manage asset and service equipment for hospital buildings.
 
IoT-FM: An integrated approach inside healthcare facility management
 
 
 
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Amra Salihbegovic is an architect and PhD Candidate at the Politecnico di Milano – Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering. She completed her BArch and MArch at the Faculty of Architecture in Sarajevo. In addition to studying at the Barcelona School of Architecture ETSAB and conducting an internship at the Barcelona City Council - Department of Urban Planning, she participated at various international workshops and summer schools (ELISAVA, Porto School of Architecture and Technical University of Munich). Prior to the PhD Programme, she gained several years of experience as a Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Architecture in Sarajevo – Department for Architectural Design, at studio courses as: Architectural Composition, Interiors and Design and Contemporary spatial concepts, design and prototype. Furthermore, she spent two months at the Institute for Design and Construction at the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning in Stuttgart as part of an Erasmus+ Mobility conducting teaching activities. She is co-author of several publications, as well as participant in organizing student workshops and conferences. Currently, she is carrying out research in the field of architectural design theory, investigating the complexity in architecture manifested throughout the interdependence of form and space.
 
Complexity in Architecture
 
 
 
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Vito Tateo is a civil engineer specialized in the structural themes. He got the bachelor degree with the evaluation of 110/110 cum laude in civil and environmental engineering in 2014 with a thesis on “Industrial precast buildings in RC”. Afterwards, in 2017 he got the master degree in civil engineering, structural curriculum, always at Politecnico di Bari, with the evaluation of 110/110 cum laude with the thesis “RBSM approaches for the meso-scale modelling of infilled RC frames buildings”.
The passion for the structures and their rigorous calculus have always been his aim during his studies and his curiosity is a crucial aspect in the field of the research. The PhD program, started in 2017 at Politecnico di Milano, offers him the right environment in which develop his knowledge and contribute to the growth of a computational approach combining the passion for the logic of programming and the passion for the structures.
 
Solid mechanics of brittle materials, structural safety of glass architectures
 
 
 
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Zehra Irem Turksezer has received her BSc degree in Civil Engineering from Istanbul Technical University, in 2014. She completed her MSc degree in Civil Engineering for Risk Mitigation program of Politecnico di Milano. The master thesis is titled “Usability and accessibility of transportation systems for disabled people during emergencies”. Since March 2018, she is PhD candidate in Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering. Her topic is “Resilience of Cultural Heritage”. It is an interdisciplinary study aims to propose a management tool based on maximization of resilience, to support decision makers about different strategies on preservation of structure and to allocate resources on different capacities of the system.
 
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Guodong got his bachelor degree of civil engineering and master degree of tunnel engineering in Southwest Jiaotong University in China in 2014 and 2017 respectively. In November 1st, 2017, he Started his Ph.D. career in Politecnico di Milano, working on the topic of permafrost degradation. The specific research is crack propagation of jointed rock under freezing-thawing cycles based on discrete element method.
 
Numerical Model and Experimental Research about Crack Propagation of Jointed Rock under Freezing and Thawing Cycles
 
 
 
Qi Wang, has been working as an architect in China for 4 years, doing the projects mostly high-speed rail station and the additional facilities, dedicated to find the appropriate figure respecting the restricted functional conditions. From November of 2017, became a PhD candidate of Polimi with the initial research topic on “Form study”, with a starting point of an Architect of Czechoslovakia –Pavel Janák with particular interest, trying to outline a certain grammar from series of figure in their evolution process of his architectural language, in which ‘Form’ was embraced as a response to the technical and historical separation.
 
Complexity of Figure and Purity of Form
The Study & Analysis of Pavel Janák’s Architectural Language from Cubism to Modernism
 
 
 
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